Vital Wolves: Foley signs 4 year deal
'I'm delighted to have secured my long term future at Wolves' - Kevin Foley
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FOLEY signs new 4 year deal at the club.
The recently capped Republic of Ireland defender has signed a new contract at Molineux keeping him at the club until 2013.
Since joining the club 2 years ago Foley has made just under 100 appearances for the club and was this season voted as the player of the season by supporters.
'I'm delighted to have secured my long term future at Wolves - it's something I'm looking forward to and I can't wait to start next season now.' Foley told the official site.
'I definitely see my long term future at Wolves. We've got the nucleus of a good team here and hopefully we can go from strength to strength.'
Vital Wolves Comment: Delighted for Kevin that the club have rewarded him with a new long term deal.
Source: Official Wolves website
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